2/11/2019 Peter Durantine

Music Department’s Hall-Gulati Wins Grammy

A faculty member in Franklin & Marshall College’s Department of Music, clarinetist Doris Hall-Gulati, brought home a Grammy from the annual awards ceremony, held Feb. 10 in Los Angeles. 

The Crossing's recording, “Lansing McLoskey: Zealot Canticles," earned the "Best Choral Performance" award. Hall-Gulati performed with a string quartet and a 24-voice choir. The recorded performance was directed by Donald Nally. 

The Crossing also won a Grammy last year. 

Hall-Gulati is one of F&M’s artists-in-residence and also coordinates the College’s Sound Horizon and Chamber Music concerts.

  • Doris Hall-Gulati. Photo by Andy Gulati. Doris Hall-Gulati. Photo by Andy Gulati.
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